Liberty or Death [NOOK Book]

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Thea Kozak is a woman who has prided herself on always being the strong one in a crisis. While she’s usually not the one who starts the process, she always seems to be the one to clean up the messes—and she’s had practice at it. She survived her husband’s death and her sister’s brutal murder and not only came through with her heart and mind intact, she has used that pain to help others.

Liberty or Death is the sixth Thea Kozak mystery. Thea is...
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Liberty or Death

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Overview

Thea Kozak is a woman who has prided herself on always being the strong one in a crisis. While she’s usually not the one who starts the process, she always seems to be the one to clean up the messes—and she’s had practice at it. She survived her husband’s death and her sister’s brutal murder and not only came through with her heart and mind intact, she has used that pain to help others.

Liberty or Death is the sixth Thea Kozak mystery. Thea is a strong as ever, and she will need every bit of that strength. This trouble is not of Thea’s own choosing…and it threatens everything she values.

Thea is minutes away from finally marrying her longtime love, Andre Lemieux, the state trooper who helped her discover the truth about her sister’s death, and the one person she can rely on to be strong for her. But Thea is left standing at the altar, brought horrible news of Andre’s kidnapping. His kidnappers may be a right-wing militia group.

Thea knows she shouldn’t get involved. This time, her role is to wait. And to pray. But she can’t sit on her hands when the man she loves is in danger. And so safety, and self-preservation take a back seat as she takes on adversaries that would give a battle-weary veteran second thoughts.
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Thea Kozak (An Educated Death) is about to marry her state policeman love, Andre Lemieux, but members of a Maine terrorist group kidnap him, demanding the release of a political prisoner. Despite her pregnancy, Thea works undercover as a waitress in an ultraconservative, backwater town in the hopes of overhearing anything that might save her man. Emotionally frazzled and physically challenged, Thea regularly struggles against verbal threats, ignorance, and petty belligerence, but one particularl
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Patrick Henry would be proud to have his famous words used in the title of such a well-crafted, sincere book, the sixth in the Thea Kozak series (Chosen for Death, etc.). Private school consultant Thea, newly pregnant, faces perhaps the biggest crisis of her career on her wedding day-when the police inform her that a militia group has kidnapped the groom, longtime beau State Trooper Andre Lemieux, and is demanding that one of its members be released from jail. Thea's first reaction is panic, but
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013882966
  • Publisher: Kate Flora
  • Publication date: 12/19/2011
  • Series: Thea Kozak series , #6
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 726,553
  • File size: 740 KB

Meet the Author

Attorney Kate Flora’s eleven books include seven Thea Kozak mysteries, two gritty police procedurals including The Angel of Knowlton Park, a suspense thriller, Steal Away, written as Katharine Clark, and a true crime, Finding Amy, which was a 2007 Edgar nominee and has been optioned for a movie. Her current projects include Death Dealer, a true crime involving a Canadian serial killer, a screenplay, and a novel in linked stories. Flora’s short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies, including the Sara Paretsky edited collection, Sisters on the Case. She is a former editor and publisher at Level Best books, former international president of Sisters in Crime, and a founding member of the New England Crime Bake conference. Her story, “All that Glitters” appears in Dead Calm, and her story, “Bone China” in the crime story anthology Dead of Winter. Her third Joe Burgess police procedural, Redemption, will be published in February.
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  • Posted April 26, 2013

    Suspenseful, intriguing novel. The best of the series so far.

    Suspenseful, intriguing novel. The best of the series so far. Not surprisingly Thea's wedding day does not go off as planned; the groom is missing and she knows that means serious trouble. When she discovers that Andre has been captured by members of a militia, Thea goes undercover to try to find and rescue him. Many people in the town respect the stated mission of the militia, while others fear them to much to talk, so the position is dangerous and information is hard to uncover. Although she is coordinating with the the FBI and the Maine state police, she is terrifyingly alone in her search for the man that she loves.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2012

    Formulaic

    Did not finish book because heroine continued to court danger for no reason other than author placed her in unbelievable situations.

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